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Appendix A Agenda A National Academies Workshop EXPLORING A VISION: INTEGRATING KNOWLEDGE FOR FOOD AND HEALTH The National Academies Lecture Room 2101 Constitution Avenue NW Washington, DC 20418 June 9, 2003 8:00amto5:30pm 8:00 am Welcome and Overview of Workshop Dr. Barbara P. Glerlrl, National Academies' Board on Agriculture and Natural Resources 8:30 am Keynote Address: Meeting the Natiorl 's Food arid Health Challenges Dr. John' H. Marburger, Director, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy 9:00 am Panel Dialogue: Integrative Research Infrastructure for Food, Agriculture, arid Health 59

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60 10:30 am BREAK EXPLORING A VISION Dr. Charles C. Muscoplat, Vice President for Agricultural Policy and Dean of the College of Agricultural Food and Environmental Sciences, University of Minnesota Dr. David B. Mallott, Associate Dean for Medical Education, University of Maryland School of Medicine Dr. Cutberto Garza, Vice-Provost, Cornell University; Professor, Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University, Cornell University Dr. Eric Gugger, General Mills, Inc. Dr. John' H. Lir~ehar', Vice President, Whitaker Foundation 10:45 am Panel Dialogue: Challenges Faced arid Met ir' Research or' Food arid Health Dr. Harry G. Preuss, Professor of Medicine and Pathology, Georgetown University Dr. Brian A. Larkirls, Professor of Plant Sciences and Molecular & Cellular Biology, University of Arizona Dr. Bruce A. Watkins, Professor and University Faculty Scholar, Director, Center for Enhancing Foods to Protect Health, Purdue University Dr. Susan Sumner, Professor and Department Head, Department of Food Science and Technology, Virginia Tech University Dr. Nancy M. Lewis, Associate Professor of Nutritional Science and Dietetics, Chair, Interdepartmental Nutrition Program, University of Nebraska Dr. Linda J. Said, Professor, Food Animal Health Research Program, Ohio State University 12:00 pm Lunch 1:00 pm Luncheon Address: The CharlgirlgLarldscape of the Food arid Fiber System: Responses to the Public Health Challenge Under Secretary Joseph J. Jer', U.S. Department of Agriculture 1:30 pm Setting the Stage: Irlcerltives for Multidisciplinary Science Dr. Van' S. Hubbard, Director, NIH Division of Nutrition Research Coordination; Chief, Nutritional Sciences Branch, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health 1:45 pm Charge to Breakout Groups

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APPENDIX A 61 Moderator: Dr. Daryl B. Lurid, Professor, Department of Food Science; Executive Director, NCRA of State Agricultural Experiment Station Directors, University of Wisconsin Question 1: Are food and health research and education currently conducted and managed to maximize scientific progress, incentives for collaboration, and benefits to the public health? Question 2: What activities, programs, or initiatives currently exist in your institution, organization, or agency to address the challenges of improved integration of agriculture and health sciences? What gaps remain? Question 3: What potential national initiatives could be implemented to address the challenges of improved integration of agriculture and health sciences? Question 4: How can education and outreach contribute to improved research integration? Question 5: Which technical research fields would be most amenable or of high importance to initial integration efforts? 2:00 pm Breakout Groups 3:30 pm BREAK 3:45 pm Report of Discussions Moderator: Dr. Daryl B. Lurld, University of Wisconsin 4:45 pm Summary of the Workshop Dr. William E. Kirwar', Chancellor of the University System of Maryland 5:15 pm Final Thoughts Dr. Barbara P. Gleaner', National Academies' Board on Agriculture and Natural Resources 5:30 pm Reception Closing Remarks: Science to Improve Public Health arid the Food System: Bridging the Divide Secretary Tommy G. Thompson, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

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